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No bake brownies with almond flour

Joanna Chodorowska

No bake brownies are a great treat no matter what time of year, but in the summer, who needs to or wants to turn the oven on?   I modified these from what I had made before to include almond flour , as it also easier to use than raw almonds .  It makes it easier for sure but just as tasty.  And instead of sugar in original recipe, I used dates.  Yes, dates.  Then I added flax seed meal for added fiber, to slow down absorption of sugars. brownie balls
The end result is very tasty!  I think they take me 15 minutes total time.  I did say 'easy', right?
I sometimes use it for part of a recovery meal after I ride my bike, swim, run or play tennis.  So any athlete would love these - easy to make, easy to eat, easy to store and transport, too!

Chocolate no-Bake Brownies
Modified from


• 1 cup raw almond flour brownie balls before
• 4 tbsp raw cocoa powder  (I like Trader Joe's one)
• ½ tsp sea salt
• 6-12 medjool dates, pitted
•  1 tbsp vanilla extract
•  3 tbsp flax seeds, ground
• 1 tbsp raw coconut flakes (optional)
• 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted

Put all ingredients into a food processor. Process until becomes a thick and starts to clump together.   Mine was a bit dry, so I added a tsp of water or cold coffee. brownie batter
Spoon out and roll by hand into balls. Or place into a 9 in square pan, push down with fingers.
Refrigerate for 2 hours, then cut into squares.

Or just eat it out of a glass container with a spoon!



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